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The Master of Engineering Science enables students with appropriate undergraduate qualifications to undertake more advanced study in engineering.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Master of Engineering Science program provides students with the opportunity to acquire high level understanding and advanced analytical skills in the key areas that span the engineering disciplines and the management of projects frequently incorporating those engineering disciplines. There is strong emphasis on extending undergraduate skills and knowledge and vocational experiences to enable graduates to apply their high level understanding to real world complex engineering problems and their management.
Students undertaking the Master of Engineering Science program are required to take 8 coursework courses (48 UOC) from the courses below. The course options provide the flexibility to tailor the degree to meet individual needs and requirements.
ZEIT8008 Space Systems Design (6 UOC)
ZEIT8009 Global Navigation Systems (6 UOC)
ZEIT8020 Computer Network Operations (6 UOC)
ZEIT8021 INFAss (6 UOC)
ZEIT8022 Identity and Access Management (6 UOC)
ZEIT8023 Wireless Security (6 UOC)
ZEIT8031 Reliability Eng Fundamentals (6 UOC)
ZEIT8102 C3I Systems (6 UOC)
ZEIT8104 Cyber-Security (6 UOC)
ZEIT8115 Information Operations (6 UOC)
ZEIT8119 Internetworking (6 UOC)
ZEIT8152 Reliability Program Management (6 UOC)
ZEIT8219 Satellite Communications (6 UOC)
ZEIT8221 Spaceborne Imaging Technology (6 UOC)
ZEIT8229 Non-Comm. Warfare (6 UOC)
ZEIT8233 Explosive Ordnance Technology (6 UOC)
ZEIT8236 System Safety Engineering (6 UOC)
ZEIT8298 Project Report - Eng Sc PT (6 UOC)
ZEIT8299 Project Report - Eng Sc FT (12 UOC)
ZEIT8412 Simulation (6 UOC)
ZEIT8413 Simulation Applications (6 UOC)
ZEIT8506 Weapons Engineering (6 UOC)
The option of undertaking a research project worth 12 UOC is available to Masters students who obtain a high credit average or better in four courses and is subject to approval by the Program Coordinator. The research project can be completed within one semester through enrolment in ZEIT8299 Project Report – Engineering Science (F/T) or spread across two semesters through enrolment in ZEIT8298 Project Report -Engineering Science (P/T). Completion of either course results in the achievement of 12 UOC. The project is recommended for those with a strong interest in pursuing original research in a particular area or intending to undertake a higher research degree qualification.